- Inverted papilloma nasal - Maxilectomia maxilară medială pentru papilomul inversat
- Endoscopic medial maxillectomy for inverted papilloma Maxilectomia maxilară medială pentru papilomul inversat The procedure implies surgical excision of the lateral nasal wall and ethmoid sinus.
- Language of Keywords: English; Romanian Abstract: Medial maxillectomy represents the gold standard technique for surgical treatment of inverted papilloma, as it allows the proper exposure of the lateral nasal wall and maxillary sinus.
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Maxilectomia maxilară medială pentru papilomul inversat Papilomul invertit. Treatment for inverted papilloma sinus.
Papilomul invertit. Source: Romanian Journal of Medical Practice.
Modified Medial Maxillectomy
It appears most frequently on the lateral wall, with a maximum incidence at ethmoid sinus level. In most cases it is unilateral, causing nasal obstruction.
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